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Those rules differed in several points from such as had been observed to govern
the origin of language. The idiom of the Americans seemed to be the product of
new combinations, and bespoke an effort of the understanding, of which the ...
The growth of nations presents something analogous to this; they all bear some
marks of their origin ; and the circumstances which accompanied their birth and
contributed to their rise, affect the whole term of their being. - if we were able to
... AND CUSTOMS OF THE ANGLO-AMERICANS PRESENT. Remains of
aristocratic institutions in the midst of a complete democracy—Why? —Distinction
carefully to be drawn between what is of Puritanical and what is of English origin.
Origin of the first Union.—Its weakness.—Congress appeals to the constituent
authority.—Interval of two years between the appeal and the promulgation of the
new Constitution. - The thirteen colonies which simultaneously threw off the yoke
... have been allowed to subsist, which are dependent on the national
Government in a few points, and independent in all the rest—which have all a
distinct origin, maxims peculiar to themselves, and special means of carrying on
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The social state of these tribes differed also in many respects from all that was seen in the Old World. They seemed to have multiplied freely in the midst of their deserts, without coming in contact with other races more civilized than their own.